Big Bang Update Fans With Details For June Single Releases ‘We Like 2 Party’ And ‘Bang Bang Bang’


Big Bang Update Fans With Details For June Single Releases 'We Like 2 Party' And 'Bang Bang Bang'
Big Bang Update Fans With Details For June Single Releases 'We Like 2 Party' And 'Bang Bang Bang'

“Bang Bang Bang” meets “We Like 2 Party” for Big Bang’s June releases.

  The YG Entertainment K-pop act announced the title of Big Bang’s second single that will be released on June 1.

On May 28, the company confirmed that the new song will be called “We Like 2 Party,” and revealed the creative minds behind the twin single, “Bang Bang Bang.”

“We Like 2 Party” and “Bang Bang Bang” are the third and fourth song respectively from Big Bang’s month-long project series, “MADE.”   The teaser image for “We Like 2 Party” shows the five members of Big Bang walking along a beach, and sets the release date of the song for June 1 at midnight KST.

  YG Entertainment previously revealed that “Bang Bang Bang” would be the first of the two singles that Big Bang would release in June, and updated the company blog with information regarding the composition.

“Bang Bang Bang” was also announced for a June 1 release date.

  “Bang Bang Bang” is largely a production of YG Entertainment’s in-house producer Teddy (Teddy Park, formerly of 1TYM,) but Big Bang’s G-Dragon also added to the lyrics and composition.

T.O.P also created the lyrics.

  The teaser images released for the two songs show diverse concepts.

Big Bang’s June 1 releases come after the May 1 releases of “Bae Bae” and “Loser,” which topped Korean music charts for much of May.

The two songs were Big Bang’s first group releases in three years, and kicked off the group’s “Made” series.

Along with the “Made” series, Big Bang’s members have been busy with individual promotions in 2015.

Leader G-Dragon announced an art exhibit on May 27, kicking off in Seoul at the Seoul Museum of Art on June 6.

— Tamar Herman is a multi-media journalist and the co-founder of KultScene.

She is a freelance writer and copy editor, and an MTV Iggy contributor.

Tamar currently works in the newsroom of one of New York City’s largest news stations, and can be followed on  Twitter .

   

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